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it on somebody else and they use it to pay down the debt? we think they will spend it. the same californians setup do you want to raise cigarette taxes so we can spend it on cool stuff? they said no. they. 8% of the population, why don't we dump them -- jump them? they voted no. he and state voted to not have a tax on millionaires -- washington state voted to not have a tax on millionaires. people finally look at the amount of money that jerry brown had to spend to get that initiative across the finish line. it is not a strong argument that is a popular thing. i am all in favor of california experimenting on itself. i think it is a fair to do a more of a peach tree-sized in california, but they are having an experiment. most americans have been leaving california. people from california lead appeared states that maryland experimented with the millionaires' tax the other day. people were leaving. it is helpful to have the states to give you a lesson on what happens when you decide to raise taxes on the rich. they move a. >> moving ahead to the fiscal cliff. john boehner has reiterated that th
in the town. use of the president come out and give a firm message that indicates some willingness to negotiate on things including entitlements and use of speaker john boehner say he does not want to raise tax rates but he is open to additional revenues. that is the sights and sounds of leaders beginning to show some flexibility. >> we heard a number of republican governors at the rga in last vegas this week set -- suggests that republican members of congress may have to be open to tax increases for the wealthy. there is there a reasonable deal that can be made? guest: many republicans have signaled a willingness to look at new revenues on the table. many of those have been ambiguous as to exactly what form that would take. some of that discussion has focused on whether there should be an increase in the rate for so-called wealthy americans. others have talked more about getting additional revenues through capping deduction exemptions, credits, exclusions and the like. it is not clear what form this additional revenue will take but it is noteworthy that some republicans and even s
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